Peroxide Quantification (aq) via Absorption Spectroscopy
Common buffer recipes (courtesy of Berkeley Microscopy Lab)
Complete the UC Berkeley College of Chemistry Safety Training.
Pick up a key request form from the Facilities Room (Gilman).
For graduate students, an advisor's signature and a $20 deposit are required for each key.
Contact Marie-Josee (MJ) Carlsen and ask for BearBuy access on Dr. Graves' accounts.
For your request to go through, you will also need to update your email address in the UC Berkeley Directory.
All lab purchases are made through BearBuy. Digikey is available in the BearBuy catalog; Mouser and Jameco are available in the BearBuy Directory as non-catalog purchases.
If necessary for your project, request cryogen safety training from Phil Simon.
You'll be automatically signed up on email@example.com to begin sending and receiving lab news and announcements.
Access the UC Berkeley Chemical Inventory; contact the Admin for login credentials.
The Inventory uses the Citrix Receiver XenApp plugin to access the database.
If you're running Linux (Ubuntu), see the Citrix XenApp for Ubuntu installation instructions.
If necessary, use the IP address information to get your computer on the wired network.
Add your contact information to the Graves Lab Contact List.
Familiarize yourself with the resources available in our Google Drive space.
For literature management, create a Mendeley account and request to join the Graves Lab Mendeley group.
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